Catch up on green technology with eco-friendly computing, gadgets, electronics, research & innovations news.
Tue, Sep 23, 2014 1:03 PM
Humans evolved to be easily recognizable, a new study reports, revealing how social interaction can influence our appearance.
One man plans to solve India’s two biggest problems, battered roads and overflowing landfills, with recycled plastic.
Our media columnist’s newborn son wonders how he’ll get information when he’s all grown up.
Researchers develop contact lenses with virtual graphics.
Mishap is latest in a series of unfortunate events that have befallen world's largest particle accelerator.
It's official: There's water ice on the moon, and lots of it.
After an attempted armed robbery, three crooks make off … in a Toyota Prius.
DIY microscope made with $10 of off-the-shelf parts could be a valuable medical tool in developing countries.
Old-school and new-school boosters of high-speed rail duke it out over best way to use stimulus funds.
U.S. National Inventors Hall of Famer Robert H. Rines was a lawyer, composer, inventor and physicist.
Drivers with these policies only charged for number of miles driven, creating an economic incentive for those who drive less.
Study connects structure of face to aggressive behavior, but what does it really tell us?
The USS New York is the Navy's newest battleship, featuring 7.5 tons of steel salvaged from the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Researchers are developing robotic fish to swim our waterways and patrol for pollutants.
What's better than going on a bike ride? A ride in a pedicab. What's better than a pedicab? A pedicab with pole dancers on the back.
After several delays, a test of NASA's new Ares 1-X rocket, the first launch of the Constellation program, apparently went off without a hitch. NBC's Jay Barbree reports.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.